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Five Civilized Tribes

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These are the first five tribes that Anglo-European settlers generally considered to be ... 2 Cherokee; 3 Chickasaw; 4 Choctaw; 5 Muscogee Creek; 6 Seminole ... Routes of southern removals to the fi...

Native American History of Seminole County, Georgia - Access ...

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Some of these villages and farmsteads eventually moved to Alabama and joined the Creek ... plain of the river in the southern half of the county is under the waters of Lake Seminole. .... Prior to arrival of Europeans, there were no Indian “tribes.

Southeastern Indians, Precontact to the Present: Introductory Essay

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Diseases introduced by European explorers and wars with settlers and other tribes ... The southern end of the densely forested, rugged Appalachian Mountains is the ..... The Alabama Choctaws are typical of the hundreds of Indians who did not go ... Tribes include Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Seminole.

Southeast Indian | people | Britannica.com

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Thus, most scholars define the region's eastern and southern boundaries as the ... Many cultural traditions reported by the earliest European explorers, such as the ... included the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Apalachee, Creek, Seminole, Alabama,  ...

Florida Seminole And Miccosukee Indians - "Myths and Dreams ...

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Florida Seminole and Miccosukee Indian elders say, "We are not from here," and that ... and rivers in Georgia and Alabama began moving into the uninhabited region. ... Unlike other European men on the Southern frontier who wore trousers,  ...

Seminole Chief Osceola, Billy Powell | Native Heritage Project

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May 10, 2014 ... He is buried in the Indian cemetery in Franklin, Alabama near a ... More European-American settlers started moving in, encroaching on the Seminole. ... moved with the Seminole deeper into central and southern Florida.

Seminole Indians - Florida Airboat Rides at Gator Park - Everglades ...

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After entering into conflicts with Europeans and Upper Creek tribes in the mid- 1700s, ... They were joined by other groups of Indians from Alabama and Southern ...

Florida Memory - Teacher Resources - Seminole Origins and ...

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Episode One: Seminole Origins and Migration Into Florida. Resource: Romans' General Map of the Southern British Colonies (ca. ... Beginning in the early 1500s , Europeans and Africans reached the land that is ... The English later used the term to refer to most of the Native Americans who lived in Alabama and Georgia.

Seminole Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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The Seminole are an American Indian group in southern Florida. ... Throughout the Southeast, European settlers in the eighteenth century caused massive ... of European advancement into traditional Indian territory in Georgia and Alabama.

Uncategorized « Little Al-Andalus « Page 3

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Aug 20, 2015 ... Two hundred years ago I became a leader of the Seminole Nation ... Therefore, the complexion of southern European population was changed ...

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SEMINOLE INDIANS - Florida Keys History Museum

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Early European settlers found many Indian tribes in the southeast who were later ... Georgia and Alabama Indians could have given rise to the name Seminole. ... Superintendent of Indian Affairs of the Southern District, John Stuart, in 1771.

Native American Class Website - Seminole Indians

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Seminole Indians were once part of a Creek Tribe that lived in Southern Georgia, Oklahoma and Alabama. When Europeans took over their land, they forced ...

The Effects of Removal on American Indian Tribes, Native ...

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The Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Seminole tribes lived ... to mid 1700s as a result of conflict between European colonists and tribal villages. ... is now Florida and the southern portions of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, ...

Southeast Tribes

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The Cherokee first encountered Europeans in 1540 when Hernando de Soto ... Living in Georgia and Alabama, the Creek were a dominant tribe of the southeast . ... the Indian Removal Act in 1830, led to the Second Seminole War (1835-1842) . ... The few Seminoles who remained, isolated in southern Florida, continued to ...

Understanding the Apalache, Itsate, Seminole and Apalachicola ...

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May 21, 2014 ... European visitors to Southern Highlands in the late 1500s and 1600s ... of the Muscogee-Creek Nation, Alabama-Koasati Tribe, Poarch Creek ...